Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning. Winston Churchill I am writing a book. It is a chronicle of my artistic suicide, which coincides with my post-vagina dentate
What am I doing here? I have a pre-imminent retro date with a snow bank off of I-90. Why am I smoking and drinking, simultaneously watching one monitor of the Tight White Right Alito coverage and another of the Suns beating the crap out of
We spent the day yesterday at The Public, checking out as much of the Under the Radar stuff as possible. It has been a lot of fun. It is also great to hang out in the lobby and chat with people, artists and presenters from
In case you didn’t know, we are coming up on the third annniversary of The WYSIWYG Talent Show, the all-blogger reading and performance series. On Tuesday, February 14th we will be holding our special third anniversary show, “Worst.Sex.Ever 3: When Bad Sex Happens to Good
Last night Culturebot went to the 9th Annual Japanese Contemporary Dance Showcase at The Japan Society. It was our first time attending this showcase and we had heard it is always an interesting mix of work. And that was true. There was an interesting and
Well, this isn’t exactly about performance, but… the Museum of Sex will be hosting a series of panels on sex and politics which are interesting. The first one is with Barbara Nitke who is “an internationally known photographer whose work has been exhibited and collected
As many of you might know, The Association of Performing Arts Presenters is in town. So there are tons of programmers from across the country -indeed the globe!- running around NYC looking at showcases and performances of all shapes and sizes. It is a huge
The Ontological-Hysteric Incubator’s Downstairs Series provides a place for performing artists to present works-in-progress. Downstairs artists have the unique opportunity to present their material as it is being created and to receive feedback from a general audience. It is a great opportunity for the artists
The submission deadline for terraNOVA Collectives annual ONE Solo Arts Festival is February 1, 2006, so there is still time to submit. Now in its third year, terraNOVAs festival celebrates solo artists in all forms: visual, musical, poetic, theatrical, magical, avant-garde, puppetry, dance and cabaret.
As if your January plate wasn’t full enough! The Theatre of a Two-Headed Calf opened its new production of Major Barbara at LaMama on January 12th. The word is good.
Culturebot’s trusty French Intern will be returning to NYC on February 15th and needs a place to stay until May. I know this is New York but it is worth a shot. Do you have an extra room? Need a house-sitter? Or maybe just a
P.S.122’s winter season starts Thursday!! Hope you’re ready. I’ve been sitting here at my desk listening to rehearsals for NTUSA‘s ABSN:RJAB and it sounds great. I peeked into the set and it looks great too. So put that on your busy, busy calendar. And also